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Handbuilding & wine event

HANDBUILDING
+ wine 

An evening of clay, music, wine and good company.

Come unwind, clear your mind, meet new people

and learn a new handcraft.

 

At this workshop, you will be introduced to handbuilding technique that will be used to create vessels with your own hands. No prior experience required.

Clay, tools, a glass of wine and firing will be provided by your host. The pieces that you create will be glazed in a clear gloss and returned to you to keep.

 

Contact

Upcoming Events

  • May 25, 2024, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
    Hereward Farms, 141051 Side Rd 15, East Garafraxa, ON L9W 7K5, Canada
    An evening of pottery and good company at the Lavender Lounge! Come unwind, clear your mind, meet new people and learn a new handcraft.
  • Jun 20, 2024, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
    Hereward Farms, 141051 Side Rd 15, East Garafraxa, ON L9W 7K5, Canada
    An evening of pottery and good company at the Lavender Lounge! Come unwind, clear your mind, meet new people and learn a new handcraft.

CUSTOMIZED

EVENTS

A custom workshop is an engaging activity to share with friends, family or coworkers to celebrate a special event,

get to know one another or to simply reconnect. 

 

Choose a date and time, invite your guest list,

and Soft Spot will host your gathering.

Well-suited for baby showers, bachelorettes, corporate events, team building activities, birthdays or any other shared experience.

All pieces created during your event will be glazed

and returned to you and your guests to keep.

 

To create a personalized event with us please email 

softspotceramics@gmail.com with your event ideas

and details.

Photos and videos may be taken during events and posted on the website and/or social media. Please let the host know before the event begins if you do not consent to this.

While the large majority of student work is successfully fired and returned to you, firing handmade ceramics can be unpredictable based on many factors (ex. air bubbles).

There is a chance that objects made during events may not make it through the kiln firing process.

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